The voting for March's goal of the month is now open, with six vintage West Ham United strikes to choose from.
Jack Collison v Stoke City
Our first goal comes from a 1-0 win at the Britannia Stadium, where first-half substitutes Jack Collison and Ricardo Vaz Te combined to give the Hammers the lead on the stroke of half-time. The Portuguese slipped a reverse ball into the path of Collison, who took a touch before slotting into the opposite corner beyond Asmir Begovic.
Nathan Mavila v Stoke City U18
With the Hammers a goal down in the latter stages, Kieran Sadlier's corner was only cleared as far as 17-year-old Nathan Mavila. Still with plenty of work to do from 22 yards out, the summer signing from Wycombe Wanderers lashed a first-time volley through the crowd and past the Potters' keeper.
Blair Turgott (third) v Queens Park Rangers XI
Academy starlet Blair Turgott rounded off a superb triple at the Boleyn Ground in style. The teenage forward cut inside onto his prodigious right foot, before slamming a drive off the inside of the post and into the back of the net.
Kieran Sadlier (second) v Wolverhampton Wanderers U18
Republic of Ireland Under-19 international Kieran Sadlier showed his finishing prowess with this stylish goal against Wolves. With the sides level at the time, Sadlier wriggled free in the box courtesy of a smart turn, before dispatching a right-footed effort high into the top corner.
Gary O'Neil v West Bromwich Albion
West Ham's No32 notched his first goal in over a year with a brilliant finish at the Boleyn Ground. A Hammers breakaway saw Ricardo Vaz Te dart towards the area, before sliding into the path of his fellow midfielder. O'Neil instinctively whipped a pin-point, arching effort over Ben Foster and into the far corner.
Andy Carroll (second) v West Bromwich Albion
Liverpool loanee Andy Carroll bagged his second of the afternoon against the Baggies, pulling off this stunning strike with ten minutes left to play. On his so-called weaker left foot, Carroll latched on to James Collins' long free-kick, volleying a first-time strike across Foster and low into net.